Hanukkah 2023 Night 2: Kate Spade Glimmer Cardholder!

A blue spangled background with a lit menorah and some blue ights on a table, with a framed picture of the Ladies ver 2.0, and in peach letters it says Hanukkah 2023 at the topIt’s the second night of Hanukkah, and the giveaways continue! I love little wallets like this one.

First: my Hanukkah wishes for you tonight: may your days be sparkly with happiness, and may your nights be full of the very most wonderful sleep.

Gosh, I love good sleep.

I also love carrying a small wallet when I’m out, because I’ve realized that so many of the items I used to carry are now digitized on my phone (even my driver’s license, can you believe that?). As long as I have zipped pockets, I’m happy.

For our second night of Hanukkah, we’re giving away a Kate Spade Glimmer Card Holder in pink!

A pink glittery small wallet with three card slots and gold stamping that reads kate spade new york An overhead view of the wallet flexed open to show the fabric lining inside, and yeah, it kinda looks like a yoni


This color is a very festive glitter pink. Here are the specs:

  • Measurements: 3.04″ H x 4.08″ W
  • Exterior: three card slots on each side, plus larger space in the middle

To enter, please comment and tell us which book you read this year that made your reading experience sparkly-wonderful? 

Standard disclaimers apply: We are not being compensated for this giveaway. Void where prohibited. Open to international residents where permitted by applicable law. Must be over 18 and ready to grab keys, phone, and wallet and head out the door with arms ready to embrace the goodness of the day or something, possibly also a coffee. May cause increased feelings of delight because it’s so sparkly!

Comments will close 9 December 2023 at or near 11:59pm ET, and winner will be announced shortly afterward.

Good luck, Happy Hanukkah, and thank you for being part of Smart Bitches!

WINNER UPDATE: Congratulations to Jill Q!

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  1. Debbie D. says:

    The Seven Year Slip – great characters, great dialogue, so fun!

  2. Elizabeth says:

    I love all the book recommendations! Great list of TBD books :). One of my favorites this year is The Poisoner’s Ring, by Kelley Armstrong. Second book in the ‘A Rip Through Time’ book. Thanks!

  3. Lisa M says:

    Reread of Thirtynothing

  4. Janine says:

    Legends and Lattes by Travis Baldree was a delightful surprise…I’d been hearing about it for awhile and when I finally jumped in it was so much fun!

  5. Kim says:

    Killers of a Certain Age sent me down a Deanna Raybourn rabbit hole with all of her series!

  6. PatriciaM says:

    Shelly Laurenston’s Badger books. They just make me laugh, which I need.

  7. Karin says:

    Julie Anne Long’s Palace of Rogues books, but everything she writes sparkles!

  8. Maureen says:

    I really enjoyed Resting Witch Face by Juliette Cross

  9. Malin says:

    Love, Theoretically and Check & Mate by Ali Hazelwood, and For Never & Always by Helena Greer.

  10. Barbara Bibel says:

    The Little Liar by Mitch Albom. Where else will you find Truth as a character?

  11. PamG says:

    My first thought was Kate Goldbeck’s You, Again cuz I loved it, but it’s not precisely sparkly. So much angst! And the pining. OMG the pining. So I’m going with Emily Wilde’s Encyclopedia of Faeries by Heather Fawcett. It’s definitely not as fluffy as it sounds, but faeries gotta sparkle, amirite? Come for the twinkles; stay for the unexpected take on grumpy sunshine.

  12. Carrie A says:

    I just finished “The Twelve Months Of Christmas “ by Sheila Roberts; and it was delightful.

  13. Tina says:

    The Aspect and Anchor series by Ruby Dixon. It’s addictive.

  14. Hope-and-memory says:

    Binged my way through Ali Hazelwood’s backlist and am a big fangirl now! (Especially enjoyed Love, Theoretically and Check & Mate.) Also loved Courtney Milan’s newest release.

  15. Diana says:

    Emily Wilde’s Encyclopaedia of Faeries – love it so much!

  16. Kareni says:

    I wouldn’t call it sparkly, but I’d recommend To Shape a Dragon’s Breath: The First Book of Nampeshiweisit by Moniquill Blackgoose as a VERY good read.

  17. Amanda L. says:

    The Wishing Game by Meg Shaffer, was such a sweet and nostalgic read.

  18. Taylor says:

    Oh! I loved Codename Charming by Lucy Parker.
    It’s a shiny happy book, in a delightful series.

  19. Lauren says:

    A Cosmic Kind of Love by Samantha Young was the book that made me feel sparkly wonderful this year. I’ve been mixing in a lot of non-fiction with my reading, a lot of it pretty depressing in different ways, so the romances I choose have some heavy lifting to balance that out and A Cosmic Kind of Love did that for me.

  20. Rae A says:

    Fourth Wing made me sparkly feeling getting to enjoy reading a new world building. Was fun

  21. Ashley M. says:

    Didn’t read much this year, but went through some of Joanna Shupe’s backlist.

  22. Miss Louisa says:

    Codename Charming by Lucy Parker and Role Playing by Cathy Yardley

  23. Violet Bick says:

    Reading the whole Hidden Legacy series by Ilona Andrews. Some of them even have sparkly titles (Diamond, Sapphire, Emerald, Ruby)!

  24. Vicki says:

    Currently reading a couple of Maisey Yates’ cowboy series, Four Corners and Copper Ridge series, and loving them. Hadn’t realized I was into cowboy.

  25. ReneeG says:

    I’m loving Celia Lake’s new Mysterious Arts series, Bound for Perdition and Shoemaker’s Wife. Came for the romance, stayed for the historical details and lovely writing!

  26. Heather Greye says:

    I finished Fourth Wing yesterday and loved it. I was totally afraid it wouldn’t live up to the hype but it was exactly what I wanted.

  27. Sean says:

    Why I Love Baseballl by Joe Posnanski.

  28. pal9193 says:

    Another vote for Time to Shine!

  29. Aliyah says:

    I was surprised to love Killers of a certain age (which was absolutely fantastic) and Iron widow. Hoping for a longer list next year

  30. Rosalee says:

    I loved Lush Lives by J. Vanessa Lyon from Roxane Gay’s imprint. So hot and with so much heart!!!

  31. Melissandre says:

    After much cajoling from a friend, I read Red, White, and Royal Blue and loved it.

  32. Another Sarah says:

    I really got into cozy fantasies this year. Bookshops and Bonedust, Redwall, Can’t Spell Treason Without Tea.
    These are just some of the books that made me happy this year.

  33. Diane Hughes says:

    Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

  34. Berh says:

    One Dark Window was a sleeper and I love being surprised with a book I had no idea was going to be great!

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